News Release | August 16, 2021
Oasis of Hope CDC Receives another grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation to Keep Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach Counties Housed
Wells Fargo Foundation housing philanthropy grants to help more than 100,000 renters as homeowners stay in their homes.
Wells Fargo Foundation housing philanthropy awards grants to nonprofits to help distressed renters and homeowners stay in their homes.
POMPANO BEACH – August 16, 2021 – Oasis of Hope CDC today announced it will grant its nonprofits funds to enable the organization the ability to provide renters and homeowners with information and resources to stabilize and preserve their homes.
In response to the distressed renters and homeowners, the Wells Fargo Foundation offers Housing Counseling Agencies support again to national nonprofit housing intermediaries, local housing counselors, and nonprofit housing providers to support housing stability for more than 100,000 renters and homeowners across the U.S. facing financial challenges. Strategies include expanding the capacity of housing counselors to respond to renters and homeowners, as well as supporting nonprofits that provide affordable rental homes and services.
“During this unprecedented time, too many people are struggling financially and facing housing instability,” said Jacqueline Reed, President & CEO of Oasis of Hope CDC, Pompano Beach, FL. “Wells Fargo has a deep commitment to advance housing affordability solutions by supporting the work of housing counseling organizations as they serve a vital role in helping renters and homeowners facing financial difficulties.”
The grants build upon Wells Fargo Foundation’s $175 million commitment to assist people and communities in response to COVID-19. Since March, more than 300 grants have been made to help nonprofits provide urgent housing services for vulnerable populations. The Wells Fargo Foundation philanthropy strategy is focused on keeping people in their homes, small business support, and financial health in collaboration with national and local organizations.
In addition to Oasis of Hope CDC, other Wells Fargo Foundation Housing Counseling Support grantees include: Enterprise Community Partners, GreenPath, HomeFree-USA, Housing Partnership Network, National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development, National Community Reinvestment Coalition, National Foundation for Credit Counselingâ, National Urban League, Navicore Solutions, NID Housing, NeighborWorks® America, Rural Community Assistance Corporation, UnidosUS and USA Homeownership Foundation DBA Veterans Association of Real Estate Professionals.
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Oasis of Hope CDC
Jacqueline Reed, Executive Director
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